Procedures

Our staff of voice specialists at Topeka ENT is well trained to deal with a variety of disorders, and can offer solutions to improve your symptoms and restore your quality of life

Videostroboscopy

Videostroboscopy is a procedure in which your Speech-Language Pathologist uses a stroboscopic light source to illuminate the vocal folds, allowing him or her to observe them in action to check for abnormal motion or function. The procedure is used to help diagnose voice and swallowing disorders, and it can help pinpoint polyps or lesions. With…

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FEES

Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing In order to determine what is causing your swallowing problems, your doctor may order a fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing, known as FEES. This test allows your doctor to identify what part of the swallowing process is causing your swallowing disorder. In addition to determining what part of your throat…

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Pharyngeal pH Testing

Pharyngeal pH testing is used to determine if any of your stomach acid is coming up into your throat or pharynx. If so, this could account for your heartburn, sore throat, clearing, cough or voice changes. How to Prepare for Testing Your doctor recommends taking a shower or bath before arriving at your appointment, as…

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